Mr. Jager is an arts and culture writer. He received his doctorate in…
His work has necessarily been replete with unpleasantness, with all the harsh ironies and absurdities of collective folly.
In the artist’s solo New York debut at a new Tribeca art gallery, Storage, her paintings don’t tell stories so much as evoke dream worlds where stories can happen.
Her work has always been about this precarious balance between the physical and the metaphysical, of raw carnal intent colliding head-on with life’s fleetingness and fragility.
During early-morning walks in Manhattan, Daniel Root was struck by the theatrical way bars kept their spaces illuminated, like empty sets taking a pause between performances.
She tweaks history with witty and often disturbing panache.
He seems to have been born to trot the globe and create spatial experiences of wonder.